Who is Perez Reed? Bio, Wiki, Age, Serial Killer Arrested

Perez Reed Bio/Wiki

Authorities arrested a suspected serial killer named Perez Reed related to six recent deaths in Missouri and Kansas on a federal firearms charge on Friday, according to a report.

Perez Reed has not been charged in any of the slayings, but sources informed KSDK-TV that at least one prosecutor is already planning to file a murder case against him after he was detained with the gun reportedly used in all of the crimes.


He was 25 years old.

Serial Killer Perez Reed Arrested Full Details

According to the investigation, the homicides occurred between September and late October in St. Louis, the surrounding area, and Kansas City, Kansas.

According to the report, the majority of the victims were women, some of whom were sex workers.

The victims were between the ages of 16 and 49.

According to the report, the youngest victim, Marnay Haynes, was discovered shot to death on Sept. 13 in St. Louis County. The oldest victim, Pamela Abercrombie, was found shot to death three days later in St. Louis.

Casey Ross, 24, was discovered shot to death in the same city on Sept. 16.

Lester Robinson, 40, was shot and killed on Sept. 26 in Ferguson, Missouri.

The two slayings in Kansas City happened in the same high-rise apartment complex. On November 1, Damon Irvin, 35, was found dead with gunshot wounds.

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The next day, Rau’Daja Fairrow, 25, was discovered dead.


The same was said by the investigators. Every murder was committed with a 40-caliber Smith & Wesson revolver.

According to the news outlet, in addition to reportedly holding the pistol, Reed was also wearing shoes that linked him to the crime scenes.

The FBI had been following him, and he was apprehended after getting off a bus in Independence, Mo., according to the article.

On a charge of transferring firearms across state borders with the purpose to commit a felony, he is being held in a federal detention center.

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